The legal citation reform movement during the mid-1990s failed to gain widespread support in spite of the increased use of digital resources in the legal community. Horseless carriages with Buggy-Whip holders: The failure of legal citation reform in the 1990s, 110 LLJ 221 (2018) by Jamie Pamela Rasmussen explores why that happened through the theoretical framework of media studies to provide new insights for the future development of legal citation.
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